Question about GE Heating & Cooling
As long as the water is not coming inside you don't have a problem. Some air conditioners don't drip.They have a slinger ring on the outside fan. This picks up the water and throws it through the condensor helping to cool it and evaporate it. If you have water inside prop up the inside part with a book or something It has to tilt slightly towards the back. The other problem is it could have a blocked internal drain. Take off the outside cabinet and look. There is usually some kink of chanel for the water to get from front to back.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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